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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH,, SUNDAY, -PEBRTTAKY 24, ' 1889.
e Carnegie Gift to Braddock to be
ft. Utilized Tnis Week'.
... . .
SKETCH OP THE KICE EDIFICE
yTHat Cost Its Generous Donor in the Heign
; torhood of $100,000.
ALL EEADI ON THE LDICATOE TLA3J
' JIht handsome new Carnegie Free Library,
injBraddock, of which an excellent sketch
is published herewith, will be opened to the
. public as soon as the "tabbing" is done
probably this week. There will be no
special service of dedication. The citizens
of Braddock have much to be grateful for
in tbis gift from Mr. Carnegie, as in this
elegant building they can, without cost,
obtain works that will enlighten them on
almost any subject. The first in
stallment of books, about 1,200
wilumes, arrJTed January 15, and
and the remainder have since come to hand.
All the best illustrated papers on the Con
tinent, such as Puck, Judge, Life and the
Graphic, will be kept on file for the lovers
of this kind of literature. Harper's, and in
fact all the best edited magazines in this
country and Europe have been subscribed
for. The management has secured printed
regulations, and everything in connection
with the library will be carried out system
atically. It will be open to all residents of Brad
dock. and to every workman at the Edgar
Thomson Steel "Works, no matter uh.it his
station in life may be. Any person desiring
to become a member will only be required
to make application to any of the officers.
TEEY LITTLE RED TArE.
He will then be furnished with an admis
sion ticket, then all that remains to be done
to become a member in good standing will
be to present the same to the librarian, when
THE COMPLETED AND OCCUPIED CARNEGIE LIBRARY.
the applicant will be supplied with a card
of membership. The directors have decided
to adopt the "Indicator System," and they
now have one in course ol construction at
the steel works. It took some time to finish
it, as there are 5,000 small blocks of wood in
connection with it, and these had all to be
carved out by hand.
The volumes will all be arranged in al
phabetical order in the catalogue, and any
person desiring to find any book will only
have to look at the indicator to find whether
it is in or out. The letters and figures on
the face of the indicatorwillbe made to cor
respond with the letters and figures on the
The Welsbach incandescent system for
lighting the interior has been adopted. It
has been decided that the library shall be
opeii fir admission from 10 o'clock in the
morning until the same hour at night.
The library building stands out promi
nently on Burton street, one of the prettiest
and most centrally located thoroughfares in
the borough; is within a stone's throwof the
Pennsylvania Railroad depot, and not over
S00 yards trom the Baltimore and Ohio.
In 1886 ilr. Andrew Carnegie conceived
the idea o! furnishing the workingmen of
his big mill with such a place for the edu
cation of the mind. He purchased aplot of
ground with 150 leet iront on liurton street,
extending back along Parker avenue 190
feet (from the Parker heirs), the sum paid,
it is said, being $5,000. He then donated
50,000 for the completion of a building.
This snm is
ONLY ABOUT ONE-HALF
of what the building really cost, however.
The structure is of solid rough-faced stone
from Ohio quarries, three stories high, and
of the Romanesque style of architecture. It
surrounded by Deautiful walks and a road
way. The main entrance, which is on Burton
street, is surmounted by a heavy stone arch,
above which the stone work is carried up to
,a Romanesque gable. On each side are the
entrances to the store of the Carnegie Co-operative
Association, which occupies the en
tire first floor. These entrances are in the
form of round bay windows, and run npinto
a tapering roof
In the gable of the center is a bust of Mr.
Carnegie, and immediately.nnderit is carved
"Carnegie Library." Just under this and
extending entirely across the front is a
carved stone frieze five feet high.
The side elevation on Parker street is
much the same as the front, excepting that
there is only one entrance. The root is of
iron throughout; also the rafters and beams.
The beams -and girders were all turned out
Carnegie's Homestead mill, and are very
heavy structures, the btams all being 12
anch. The building probably contains 1,000
tons of iron. The structure is 100 feet
square. The side and rear walls' are of fire
brick of immense thickness. No wood was
used except for finishings and floors.
The nrst lioor, as stated above, is devoted
o storerooms. The floor space is 61x8G feet.
the office of the store is in the center, im
mediately behind the wide stairway, which
(rinds from the main entrance to tbe Horary
A CHARMING READING ROOM.
At the right of the staircase, fronting on
Burton street, is the reading room, large
enough to accommodate several dozen read
ers comfortably. Next comes the office of
the librarian, immediately over the main
entrance, and the entire Parker street front
is the library proper, with innumerable al
coves and snug little retreats between the
The library room is 86 feet long by 30
ieet wide, and contains cases for over 6,000
volumes. To the left of the library and
back of the reading room is the lecture hall,
one of the principal features of the bnilding.
It is furnished with a good stage, is fitted
cnt handsomely and has a gallery. Its
t gating capacity is about 300. The building
is heated by steam, and these facilities are
complete. "There are ten registers on the
"The entire bnilding is finished in carved
hard wood, and is considered one of the
neatest and prettiest structures in Western
Pennsylvania. The architect who prepared
the plans, was Mr. James T. Steen.
The officers of the library are: President,
James Gailty; Vice President, "W. J. Vance;
Secretary, John A. Lapsley; Treasurer, V.
B- Balsinger; Directors, Thomas McDonald,
Tf. A, McDevitt, TV. E. Edwards, W. IL.
C Jones (son of the Captain), Professor
C. D. Coffey (Principal of the North Brad
dock schools), Professor Edwin Grostmyer,
Principal ot the borough schools, and
County Superintendent -of Schools Samuel
Hamilton; Librarian, Miss Hose Phillips,
its Gas Supply FIpe Breaks, Cutting
Fuel on a Zero Day.
If not in sackcloth and ashes, Coraopolis
was again wrapped in smoke yesterday.
The Australian system of voting gave re
sults on Tuesday which were generally satis
factory, and people had almost forgotten
any slight rasping of temper occasioned, and
had settled down into the ordinary grooves
of happiness, when, as if to remind them of
the ills of flesh and mortality, the gas main
that brings their fuel from Neville Island
gave way in the river bed, and. on .the cold
est morning of 1889, they awoke shivering
to find water frozen even in their cooking
There was great hustling to get coal and
put grates and stoves in shape to burn it.
Fortunately most of the people had a small
supply on hand, sufficient to tide them over
yesterday; but there was unusual economy
exhibited, and, for the first time in its ex
istence, the village discovered the hardship
of being short of gas,
A large force of men was put to work on
the raging river and the main was raised,
and it was thought the gas would be turned
on again last evening.
GEA1N MEN'S PEOTEST.
They Do Not AVnnt the Railroad Grade
Crossing Bill to Pass.
The Pittsburg Grain and Flour Exchange,
at its meeting ytsterday, adoped resolutions
protesting against the bill now pending in
the Legislature to regulate grade crossings
by railroads. The resolutions are to the
effect that the granting of a franchise to
cross streets should be left entirely with the
The heavy to mage of this city requires
side tracks to the different places of lading
which would be affected by the bilL If the
railroad companies had to build tracks over
head it would have a tendency to drive
them out o the citv.
B. F. Veach, L.S. McKallip and K. S.
McCague, of the Exchange, will go to Har
risburg to-morrow to advocate the passage
of the bill in relation to giving railroads the
right of eminent domain.
TOO MUCH LIQUOR.
John O'Mnllcy Pnys n Fine for Drunkenness,
Gets Drunk Again nnd Breaks a Leg.
John O'Malley, who boards at 87 Bobin
son street, Allegheny, fell down a flight of
stairs at Burdett's saloon, corner of Federal
street and River avenne, Allegheny, last
evening and broke his leg. He was taken
to the Allegheny General Hospital in the
This was the second ride he has had in
the wagon in less than 21 hours. The first
time he was arrested for drunkenness and
disorderly condnct. Mayor Pearson im
posed a fine ot 55 and costs yesterday morn
ing, which was paid, and the man con
tinued on a spree, which resulted in an ac
Three-quarters cup of butter, two cups of
white sngar, one enp sweet milk, three eggs
(whites a,nd yolks beaten separately), or the
whites only of six eggs, three cups of flour,
having in it one measure "Banner" Baking
Powder. Bake in jelly-cake pans, three
laj ers; crash six ripe bananas and spread
them over each layer, except the top one,
which should be iced with the following
boiled ieing: Take two and a half cups
granulated sugar, half cup water, boil three
minutes, when cool, add the whites of three
eggs, slightly beaten.
There is no baking powder comparable to
the old reliable Banner Baking Powder,
which has been used in many of our very
best families for nearly a quarter century.
Amateur bakers and even qnite small chil
dren bake delightful cakes with it. Order
a ponnd can with the Banner Becipe Book
from your grocer. If he cannot snpply the
boDk, send your address to B. B. Powder
Co., P. O. Box 215, Pittsburg, Pa., and we
will mail it free,
Knights Templar Cbnlns and Secret Society
At greatly reduced prices. "Will remove
April 1 from No. 13 Fifth avenne to 420
Smitnacld st J as. hckee, Jeweler.
Cash paid for old gold and
Hanch's, No. 295 Filth ave.
Dr. O'Keefe's cold or catarrh pills, 25
cents. Good as gold. 31 Filth ave.
County Commisioxees' Office, i
PrrrsBUBO, Feb. 18, 18S9. (
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL
bold appeals on the following named
districts as follows, to-wifc
Monday, February 25, Reserve, Moon, Snow
den, Leet and Harmar townships.
Tuesday, February 26, Richland, Elizabeth,
Jefferson and Lincoln townships.
AA'ednesday, February 27, Crescent and Up
per St Clair townships.
Thursday, February 28, Fatton township.
By order of Connty Commissioners.
R. E. MERCEK,
GEO. Y. McKEE,
P. AY. B1EBERT, Cleric. Xe2M4
" mil a?
A3" Display advertisement one dollar per
square or one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
lb e(, etc, ten -cents per line or each inser
tion, and none taken or less thanfity cenU.
THE' PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with The Dis-
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3&a Butler street.
EMIL O. 8TUCKEY, S4th street and Penn are.
E. G.STUCKEY&CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton it.
X. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House. .
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
NCALLISTEB & SHEIBLER, 5th av. At wood St.
JACOB SPOHN, No. S Carson street. ,
CHAS. SCHWARM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHER, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FREDH. EGBERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. IL EGGER3 & SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY. Western and lrwlnaves.
U. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M. OLE1M. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED HE LP.
-T7-ANTED COMPETENT DRUG CLERK,
VY one that speaks German. Address GEN N A,
Dispatch office. fcM-St
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED PACKER;
one who can handle glassware and crockery.
FLEISHMAN & CO. fe24-M
TTTANTED - PIPE COVERER, EXPERI
V LNCED: accustomed to sectional and
cement work. P. O. BOX 459, city. fe24-93
WANTED-COMPETEM ASSISTANT FOR
academy; English and mathematics. Ad
dress PRINCIPAL, 63 Arch st, Allegheny.
WANTED-TRAVEL1NG SALESMEN WELL
acquainted with the surrounding dry (roods
trade. Address DRY GOODS, Dispatch oHce.
-TTTANTED-FIRST-CLAbS STEEL MOLDERS
W by CHICAGO CRUCIBLE STEEL CAbT
IJ COMPANY', 156 Lake street, Chicago. Steady
WANTED-A FEW GOOD LIGHTNING ROD
agentf: will pav good commission to right
parties. GEO. R. KRESS & CO., 149 and 151
Forbes ave., city. fe23-ls0
WANTED-SALESMEN FOR THE WHOLE
SLE and retail trade. Send 25 cents for
sanipWnrt terms to NEW ENGLAND SUPPLY
Co , Walllngford, Conn. fe2H13-Ru
TTTAN TED-THREE STRICTLY TEilPERATE
r non-union, green stnd moldcrs.
work and rood wares Address I,
391 Kcnnard St., Cleveland, O.
WANTED-TWO MOULDMAKERS (VICE
bands) In an old-established factory near
Pittsburg: steady work to good men. Address
GLASSWORKS, Dispatch office. le22-2&
WANTED -COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER
for wholesale business: must give bond;
one who spfifcs German preferred. Address
B EER BUSIN ESS. Dispatch office. fu24-43
-TTTANTLD A MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS TO
VV canvass the physicians of the city, leaving
samples, etc. Address H. M., Dispatch office,
giving references, where last employed, etc., etc.
WANTED-A FEW MORE ROD RIPPERS
and wire drawers at wire mill. Rankin
station. Pa., on B. )tO. and P., McK. A Y. R.
)(., outside city limits. Apply to SUPERIN
'-TTTANTED-FRINTER IX) TAKE CHARGE
TV 01 country aauy; miuaie-ageo man pre
ferred: must be union printer, competent, sober
and furnish reference. Address TRIBUNE,
Beaver Falls, Pa. fe23-76
-TTANTED-AN INTELLIGENT CATHOLIC
VV having some business ability for light
work; references indispensable; good pay. J. V.
SHEEHAN, McCance block, cor. bmlthfleld and
Seventh ave.. room 3. fc24-44
"TTTANTED SALESMEN; AGENTS: GAS
V V burners that light themselves; a grand suc
cess: everybody buys them; I0 dally easily made:
5 prize medals: secure territory. MATCHLESS
CO., 132 Reade St., N. Y. fel7-38-Fn
-TTT ANTED AN ARCHITECTURAL
VV draughtsman who has had two to three
years' experience; employment steady; state
length of experience and wages wanted. Address
G. F., Dispatch office. fe24-41
WAN1ED MACHINISTS ONE FIRST
CLA3S man, capable of taking charge of
tool room, and several good fitters on Heavy work.
LEWIS FOUNDRY A MACHINE CO., Limited,
Tenth street. South Side. fe24-G7
TJANTED-AGENTS IN THIS CUT AND
V V outslae towns to sell Dr. O'Keefe's pills and
bitters; steady work; can make 812 to 9)8 per week.
DR. O'KEEFEft CO., Homeopathic Chemists. 31
Fifth ave., 1'ittsbarg, Pa. fe24-105
-TTTANTED -A FIRST-CLASS 5IAN TO
V V travel and appoint agents In Pennsylvania.
Liberal salary to the right man. Also local agents
wanted in every county. Write for particulars.
WM. H1MROD. Gen. Agt., Lake Shore Masonic
Relief Ass'n, Erie, Pa. fe24-112-Su
WANTED-YOUNG MAN FROM 16 TO 18
years of ace to keep books, correspond,
collect rcnts,etc. ior real estate office; one having
experience, can talk German and operate type
writer preferred. Call Monday at 8 A. JI. THOS.
McCAf FRE1. 3509 Butler st. fc24-107
TTJANTED-A FIRST-CLASS SALESJIAN
V V one who understands furniture and carpets;
must be soberand Industrious and bring refer
ence: wages (18 per week. Also, first-class carpet
upnuisterer: must Dring reierence; wages S15 per
Apply at 1-iuiiJiaufiU'e, cor. Tenth st.
and Penn ave
WANTED-YOUKG MAN WITH KNOWL
EDGE of bookkeeping as partner In an es
tablished and growing business; present owner
desirous of adding additional line of goods to bus
iness: best of references given and required: capi
tel desired from S1.000 to (6,000. AdressM. G. &
T Dispatch office. fe22-22
. Female Hcln.
XITANTED-AN EXPERIENCED MILLINER
VV with references. Address MRS. S.. Dis
patch office. fc24-9Q
TTTANTED-A GOOD GIKL FOR GENERAL
VV housework: small family. Inquire at 213
CENTER AVENUE, city. fe24-3
WANTED EXPERIEN CED BOOK AND
pamphlet folders: none but experienced
ut, WUV CAIICt ICIItCU
lauies uceu apuiy. auuicas
WANTED-NURSE GIRL FOR CHILD OF 3
years old; none without good recommenda
tions need apply; call Monday afternoon between
2 and 3 o'clock. ROOM1, 97 Fourth ave., city.
WANTED-TWO YOUNG WOMEN OF GOOD
address; those who have had experience in
canvassing preferred; something new: light and
easy to sell. Call after 10 o'clock, 547 LIBERTY
SI'., Room No. 3. fe24-79
Olalo nnd Female HcId.
TTTANTED-A FEW LADIES 'OR GENTLE
V V MEN to learn Ivory type painting; work
light and easy and highly profitable, and can be
done at home: can oe learned In one hour.
PHOTO PORTRAIT PAINTING CO., 36 Federal
st., Allegheny. fe24-93
WANTED-AGENTS, MEN OR WOMEN, TO
sell Missouri steam Washer to families: ar
guments in Its ravor numerous and convincing:
sales made without difficulty; profits large; sent
on two weeks' trial, to be returned at my expense
if not satisfactory; write ror Illustrated circular
and terms. J. 'HOBTH 54 Beekman, N. Y.
TTTANTED-A POSITION AS STENOURAPH-
VV ER and typewriter by a young man having
good references. Address BOX 65, New Castle, Pa.
"ITJANTED-SITUATION-BY A MILLER: 10
V V years' experience: competent, soberand In
dustrious; first-class references. Address FLOUR,
P. O. Box 89S. Pittsburg. fe24-69
TTTANTED A SITUATION BY A REGIS
VV TERED pharmacist as regular or relief
clerk, speaks and writes German: single. Address
beroreMarcht "ALUM," Dispatch ofllce.
WANTED A POSITION BY REGISTERED
drug clerk; can furnish good refcjgkcc;
have experience In wholesale and retail; cJciitry
preferred. Address OPU. 37 Anderson st: Alle
gheny, Pa. fe24-69
WANTED-SITUATION AS ENGINEER,
either locomotive or stationary: can splice
all kinds of ropes and general repairing: refer
ence If desired. Address, for two days, STEAM,
Dispatch office. fe24-40
-SITUATION-BY A MARRIED
son. cxrjerlenced in crocerr hns-
W man and son.
lness: could take charge or store; would take In
terest In business as part salary. Address, for two
days. T, Central Hotel, city. fe24-15
WANTED ROOMS. UOUSES.
TTTANTED-TO RENT-NEWLY FURNISHED
VV hall for lodge purposes, complete In all de
tails, with electric lights and steam heat; one to
five years' lease: over Third National Bank, cor.
AVoodand Virgin alley. Inquire COMMITI'EE,
910 1'enn ave. feZS-sT
WANTED -RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES BAILEY, J64 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TJANTED-TO LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE
I V over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4H per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms in Alle
gheny, .Beaver, Fayette. Washington and West
moreland counties; any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount BLACK & BA1RD, 95
Fourth ave. es-a9-su
WANTED FINAN CIAI
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT AM, 5 AND
6 per cent free of tax. W. C. STEWART;
114 Fourth ave. taHW-SU
WANTKD-HOUSE TO RENT, PROPERTY
to sell, to loan saoney. W. J. O. FLOYD,
8313 Penn ave. fe24-93
WANTED-TO LOAN $25,000 ON CITY PROP
ERTY at 5 and 6 per cent. In sums to suit.
r D. P. THOMAS & CO., No. 40 Grant street.
WANTED-5Q,000 TO ENTER AN ENTER
PRISE In this city;-will pay 20 per cent a
year and no risk; no one hut those meaning busi
ness need apply; will call on you In private any
time. Address P. A. G Dispatch office. fe23-16
-rfTANTED-MORTGAGES-Jl, 000, COOTO LOAN
VV on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
G per cent, and on larros In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent; no money loaned out
or Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK & SON, 103
Fourth avenue. p7-fll
WANTED-YOUTO KNOW THAT W. J. X
FLOYD can rent your, sell your property,
or loan you money. 3313 PEN NAVE. fcS-lOO
WANTED-MANUFAUTURERS AND OTH
ERS seeking locations should communicate
with M. V. RICHARDS, LandJj.Agent.-B. & O. It.
It.. Baltimore, Md. fe21-81-TTSSu
WANTED-10O.O0O PEOPLE TO ATTEND TO
the crockery, glassand tinware auction sale,
at NO. 128 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny City, bale
afternoons and evenings. ie24-52
WANTED - BUYERS FOR GOLD AND
silver watches, chains, clocks, diamonds,
silverware, etc., at SI per week; Rogers' knives
ana iorxs 91 a per set ior casn.
130 Federal St., Allegheny.
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terhcyden has laid In a large stock of
American watches, gold and silver, that he can
sell as low as the lowest; remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, 530 bmlthfleld st.
WANTED-BV PEARSON. LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue, Pltttburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be Is making fine cabinets at ?1 SO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous Drocess. mhl3-L27
FOR SALEIMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
SALE-f2.800-BP.ICK OF 6 ROOMS IN
U eooa ren:
(rood repair, on Orerhlllst.; terms easy. W.
a STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
17IOR SALE-RKO-TWO 2-STORY FRAME
1 houses and stable: Gangwlsch st. : a bargain.
W. W. McN EIL & BRO., 162 Fourth avenue.
X? of S rooms, with large lot, near Center avc.:
terms easy. W. O. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
IJiOR SALE-S3,000-SUBSTANT1AL BRICK
Jl1 7-room house, vestibule, hall, bath, all con-
nicoiv panerea: located on uavis
fART, 114 Fourth ave.
IOK SALE-S7.509-SUBSTANTIAL BRICK
of 8 rooms: nicely nanered: in rood renalr:
has all conveniences: finest netKhborhnod on Cen
ter ave.; terms easy. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
NEW BRICK OF 7 ROOMS;
JP has all conveniences;
siac entrance: iot24X
IM to pa ed alley: renn ave.. near Fortieth st. :
terms easy. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SA I.E-NOS.-.20 AND S2 ELLA ST., NEW
double frame dwelling or 6 rooms In each; lot
26x85ft.:rentsfor?343,onlye.850: SOOcash; bal
ance to suit: positive bargain. THOS. MCCAF
FREY. 3509 Butler st. fe24-97-WSSu
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVENUE RESIDENCE
near Jnmonvtlle street, a new pressed brick
house, 8 rooms, bath room, electric Dell. w. c 's,
hot and cold water, natural and artificial gas,
cement cellar, laundry and all the latest Improve
ments; lot 22x120 to Ann street. Call or address
No. 620 FIFTH AVENUE. fe24-17
FOR SALE NO. 3926 HOWLEY AVE., LOT 20
xlOfl: new frame dwelling- hall, "vestibule. 8
rooms, bath, cemented laundry. Inside w. c ,
folding parlor doors, ulatc mantels, inlde shut
ters, etc: nat. and irt. gis. newly painted and
nanered. 2-storv frame stable In rear: will be sold
at a big sacrifice; possession April 1; JL5C0 cash;
to suit. laua. jicuaifkev. i9 j'.ut-
Fast End Residences.
FOR SALE-J7.500-NEW BRICK, 10 ROOMS;
all conveniences; located In snadyslde in an
excellent neighborhood, near Fifth ave.: terms
easy. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. fe24-6
FOR 8ALE-A300-NEW-FRAME, 8 ROOMS,
porches, vestibule, hall: all conveniences;
lot 60X100: located In Shadyside, near cable cars.
W.C STEWART. 114 Fourth ave fe24-6
FOR SALE-S6.S00-NEW AND SUBSTANTIAL
dwelllnsr house of 11 rooms, has nil conven
iences; lot 36x100 feet; located on Oakland avenue.
Oakland. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-J2.300-NICE5-ROOMED HOUSE
Gas and water, back and front porch, with
desirable lot, near Park Avenue Church, Twenty
first ward. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St.,
E. E. fe23-21
FOR SALE-?17,500-SUBSTANTIAL BRICK
of I2rooms;havlLg all conveniences: lot 65x
175 feet: located on one of the finest paved avenues
In East Liberty. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
ave. " fcU-6
FOR SALE-J2.200 CASH WILL BUY A NEW
frame dwelling of 6 rooms In Eighteenth
ward; 3 minutes' walk to Butler street cable line;
must act quickly on this. FRANK P. HOW LEY,
3S19 Butler t. fe24-72
FOR SALE A.TWO-STORY BRICK DWELL
ING house, with Mansard, on South inland
A. inu uouse, witn juansaru, on aoutn 1111
ave.; 12 rooms and all conveniences; good sc
age. For terms apply to D. E. BAYAKD,
Shady lane and Walnut st fe:
Shady lane and Walnut st fe21-53
FOR SALE-3,80O-A NEW BRICK DWELL
ING, press brick front, of 8 rooms and kitch
en; lot 20x110: on paved street; 3 minutes' walk
from Butler st. cable line; a bargain. FRANK
P. HOWLEY, 3819 Bntler st. fe24-72
ORSALE-A LARGE VARIETY OF DWELL
INGS In East End. ranging from (1,500 to
13,000: now Is your time to call and make a choice
of your homes before renting. W. S. PATTER
SON, 6326 Station St., E. E. fe24-?r
FORSALE-P.400-A NEW FRAME DWELL
ING ofS rooms and finished attic; lot 20x110
to an alley: on paved street; (150 cash, balance on
monthly payments: close to Butler st cable line.
FRANK P. HOWLEY, 3819 Butler st. fe24-72
IJMJK SALE-(15,000 WILL PURCHASE A
modern two-story and mansard brick resi
dence, with lotS0x26o feet, on Penn ave., near
Wlneblddle street; stable on premises. STRAUB
& MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third ave..
FOR SALE-?6,500 WILL PURCHASE AN
elegant residence, corner lot, on one of the
best streets In the East End; this property Is
bound to rapidly Increase In valne. STlfAUK
MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third-avenue.
TTIOR SALE-I10.000-NEW BRICK QUEEN
a. iiuucunviituKuiitfivuuj iiaa an conven
lences; lot 53x150 feet; located on anavedavenuo
lu a well Improved neighborhood; nothing
better for the money in the rjftt l-'nrt v V
uimm.,i ..,.:.:c r" - -. ... v,
FOR SALE-J30,00O-ACTUALLY WORTH
f35,C00. modern and substantial dwelling of
12 large rooms, hiving all conveniences: lot lllx
412 feet: this property Is desirably located in
Shadyside, on a paved avenue, having good 6ew
erage. AV. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. re24-6
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE OF
10 large rooms, bath, large porches, trees,
vines and every improvement with lot 120 feet
front; one square from Penn avenue eahle line on
Negley avenue: price 86,700; sublect to street lm-
Erovements. MELLON BROS, 6349 Station St., E.
FOR SALE-JIOOO CASH, BALANCE 11,000
per year, will buy a new pressed brick dwell
ing at Brushton station; reception hall and 4
rooms first floor. 5 rooms on second and 5 rooms In
attic; hardwood stairway, slate mantels, with Im
proved fireplaces; laundry, with cemented floor:
lot 75x140 to 25-foot alley, with perfect sewerage;
house now open for Inspection; Immediate posses
sion: exceptionally low price. See JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agt, 51 Smlthfield street?
TjIOR SALE-J14,00O-NEGLEY AVE. NEAR
JL; Penn; corner lot; elegant bilcfc residence:
four rooms and reception hall on 1st floor; 4 good
bedrooms and bath on 2nd floor, and 4 bedrooms
In attic: also laundry, large linen closet with
drawers and shelves; extra w. c in basement;
large front and back porches; electric bells and
speaking tubes; house all wired fot electric
lights: slate mantels and tile and marble hearths;
flag stone pavement; one minute's walk from
cable cars; a delightful home In an elegant neigh
borhood; this price Is with sewering, paving and
turuniK an paia; terms reasonable. THOS,
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. fel7-6!-wrssu
FOR SALE-ELEGANT BRICK RESIDENCE,
near bhadyslde; 10 large rooms, veryflnere
ccptlon ball. fineit art glass windows, 3 hardwood
mantels and 4 slate mantels, cabinets with plate
glass mirrors on all. finest electric work all over
ouse, burglar alarms In floors, antique oak
graining on all first floor, walnut finish on second
.and third, pantry, bathroom, cedar closets, stor
?re room, large; shady porches, tile vestibule,
tile hearths and facings, elegant chandeliers and
finely papered; completed about 6 mo.: very large
iui; umjr pari, casn; mis is a sacriuee; nut win hi
sold for 112.600. Apply to W.
H9toao station St., is.
SALE - NO. 8 ANDERSON
yuicKueuj l "i; Dusiuess properly; 3 story
brick house org rooms, at a bargain.
& RAN KIN, 67 fourth ave.
FSr2VET:0?-oA MKW V" BUBbTAN
... TIAL brick of 9 rooms; elegantly finished
thrnnirhniit? lnrjitirl near nlre .. u.....j .
AllegEeny. w7c7sTEWAET, 'lU Fourth Z ". '
FOB SALE-S5,000 WILL BUY A TWO-STORY
brick residence on Monterey St., Allegheny
I0,1-2110 rc&t0 J Vvc3 SU? STRAUB &kM0&
HIS, corner Wood stand Third avenue, Pittsburg;
FOR SALE-I1500WILL PURCHASE NO. 7
Perry St., Allegheny; house brick with mod
ern improvements, side entrance, etc. STRAUB
MORRIS, corner Wood st. an? Third avenuef
TTiORSALE-H 600 WILL PURCHASE A MOD
JU ERN pressed brick dwelling of eight rooms.
located on a good street in Second ward. Allel
BTRAUB 4 MORRIS, corner Wood st.
and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-6,fo0 WILL BUY TWO-STORY
brick dwelling. No: 195 Jackson St., Alle-
irhonv hnma wall Anlehnii ...,41 i .
T' bS?l7&1 iln,!.s,n?.1.aJld- cheap at' price
and Third avenue, Pittsburg,
w, . k...&wu vivuuia turner wooa st.
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB 8ALE-A NUMBER OF DWELL1NGSLO
CATED on Rldseave., Lincoln ave.. North
ave. and other good streets In Allegheny. Parties
desiring topurchase will find It to their Interest
to see W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. before
FOR SALE-AT CORAOPOLIS. P. A L. E. R.
R.. houses, largeandsmalUalsoslargenum-
or desirable building lots. LASHELL &
RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave.
TrlORSALE AT nilHAOPOT.lH. 1 . 1.. K. H.
A?. R., new house, 4 rooms and kitchen; 50x150
leet; also house of 3 rooms
lot 25x150 feet; price
lor both. 1 1,600. LASHELL
& RANKIN, 67
x ounn ave,
TTIOR SALE-SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE
jl- properties at Ingram station, so minutes'
ride from the citv. on Panbanale Railroad: prices.
x3?tJ!h(SO0 t8-5"0. W.00O, 812,000, etc STRAUB
; MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third avenue.
TTIOR 8ALE-S3.500-FRAME DWELLING AT
J? West Bellevue: hard wood finish, high ceil
ings, natural gas, porches back and front; trult
trees In fuir bearing: stable on premises.
BTRAUB & MORRIS, comer Wood St. and 'Third
avenne, Pittsburg. fe21-70
FOR SALE-RESIDENCES AND BUILDING
lots in Morgintownf W. Va. ; also farms near
Moreantown; we have a railroad, tbe State Uni
versity, natural gas, and will have slack water
this year. Write for descriptive list to T. W. AN
DERSON, Morgantown, W. Va. fe24-7-MWTSu
FOR SALE-JA230 WILL PURCHASE 1 FRAME
house of six rooms, 1 frame house of three
rooms, l stable nd other outbuildings, with lot
41x174 feet: situated at West Bellevue, In good lo
cation; this Is very cheap, fa TRAUB A MORRIS,
corner Wood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg,
ORSALE-K ACRE OF GROUND BEAUTI-
i LILLY located at Evergreen Hamlet, with
6-roomed frame dwelling house, cellar under
same, good water, larce lot of fruit trees on same:
upught cheap. Inquire fori month on the
ses. W. M. MAPSflAI.J. nr of W. A.
DUNG. 54 Grant ave., Mfllvale borough, Pa.
FOR SALE-K3.60O-BELLEVUE, LINCOLN
ave., a two-story frame dwelling of 7 rooms;
natural gas, water lu kitchen, front and back
porches, bay window, cemented cellar, perfectly
dry; ot 40x175 ft.; this property Is one of the Seat
locatlonsln Bellevue; terms to suit. Inquire of
J. W.IIROWN, Dentist, S0O Penn ave., Pitts
burg, Pa., orF. D. TRIPP, Bellevue. Pa.
FOR SALE THE HANDSOME COUNTRY
residence of Hon. E. H. Stowe, at Edgeworth,
Pittsburg Ft. Wayne and Chicago Railway; It is
large and has alf the modern Improvements;
beautiful grounds, well planted with fruit, shade,
shrubbery, etc.; In fact, is one of the most de
lightful properties in the Sewlckley valley, and
will be sold low and on terms to suit if applied for
soon: can give Immediate possession. C. H.
LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. fe24-14
TTOR SALE TWO ACRES OF LAND AT
Howard Mtatlnn- P- V- nml f T rAltrnnrl viith
fine house, containing seven rooms, water In
kitchen. snrln?-lmnfie. crrnnrrv. frnlt trpp pin.
rp..i.. --.i:". . 7 ---:-.- .---"--- ' -
'" ueauiiiui piace is located in wnat is common'
ly called Forestvllle, and only about five miles
from the city, and cost only ordinary car fare.
This place will be sold at a great sacrifice. If sold
soon, or will rent the same reasonable. Apply
soon to O. K. TOUDY, 1721 Carson street, South
FOR SALE-OR TO LET-ONE OF THE HOST
beautiful suburban places In Allegheny
county: the house Is large, containing 15 rooms,
splendidly finished, and surrounded with wide
verandas; It Is completely fitted up with bath
rooms, water closets and natural gas: there Is a
good stable and handsomefowl house: the grounds
are very beautiful and well supplied with choice
shrubbery, rrult and ornamental trees; the whole
will be sold, with from 1 to 5 acres of ground, at a
...:.... ucrn,e Plce .iwA.vii(ijE, jjaau iiU'
rnvv jucax CO.
85 Knox avenue, Knoxvllle
East End Lota.
FOR SALE-A NUMBER OF THE CHOICEST
lots In the East End; will pay you to Bee us
before buying. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
FOR SALE-$5.200 WILL PURCHASE ONE OF
the finest corner lots on Boulevard place. East
End; Iot68x200. STRAUB iMORRIS, corner Wood
street and Third avenue. Pittsburg. fe24-70
FOR SALE-ONE LOT IN THE MIDST OF A
business location, only 2 minutes' walk from
Home wood station; lot 24x100; price only (650; a
bargain and will sell soon. MELLON BROS.,
6311 Station St., East Liberty. fe23-23-TUSSu
FOR SALE ONE OF THE FINEST LOTS ON
Fifth avenue, near Slmilyslde; It Is about
130 feet front by 266 feet deep: will sell as a whole
or divide; will sell low and on terms to suit. U.
H. LOVE. 93 Fourth avenue. fe!4-14
FOR SALE LOTS AT EMSWORTH, CON
VENIENT to station; one of the finest loca
tions on the Fort Wayne road; large, beautiful
lots at low prices: call and see plan. J. It.
COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. fe23-96
T710R SALE-IS. 500-LOT 82x175 FEET. LOCAT.
X? ED In one of the finest avenues in Shadvslde,
southern exoosure: adloinlnz D
roperty is held at
J10O a front foot; this Is certainly a bargain,
O. SfEWART, il4 Fourth ave.
IOK SALE-A CHEAP LOT-ONLY H30-TWO
sauarcs from Boulevard place. Torrens sta
tion, lot 81 ft front corner Hasttnirs and Rey
nolds streets, a btrgaln and will sell quickly.
MELLON UHOS., 63to Station st., E. E.
IOR S ALE-TWENTY-FIVE BUILDI1 G LOTS
in Nineteenth ward: ave minutes' walk from
Citizens' cable line: S-cent fare to city; price (275;
small cash paymtBt balance to suit purchaser;
call early and take first pick. STRAUB & MOR
RIS, corner Wood street and Third avenue, Pitts
FOR 8ALE-(2,500-THAT SPLENDID BUILD
ING site. 33x173 rcet (more ground If wanted)
located In Shadyside on ltebecca street adjoin
ing the handsome residence of Samuel Hamilton.
Esq.. well elevated, splendid view, eastern ex
posure, convenient to cable cars and station;
terms very easy. AV. C STEWART, 114 Fourth
terms very easy.
FOR SALE GLENWOOD, THE MOST CON
VENIENT suburb of the city; only 12 min
utes by the B. 40.: 24 trains a day each way;
building lots for sale near the station at $300, fm
00, S60O, POO, fSOO, (1,000, according to location
and size of lot: terms to suit purchasers. GEORGE
C BURG WIN, Attorney at Law, 150 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-LARGE LOT Oa NORTH AVE
NUE, Allegheny City, fronting the parks. C.
U. LOVE, No. 93 Fourth avenue. fe24-14
FOR SALE-LOT-ONE OF THE FINEST
residence sites in Allegheny, size 40x125 ft.,
Osgood ave. near Linden ave. Address POST
OFFICE BOX 675. Pittsbnrg. fe23-34
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN, IF SOLD SOON.
4 of the finest lots on the ferrysvllle road,
near Charles street tollgate. Apply to owner. J.
F. URBEN, cor. Franklin and Fulton sts., Alle
gheny, Pa. ' fe24-27
FOll SALE-&OCO-LOT 38 FEET FKONT ON
Taggartst by 120 feet to Irwrm ave., Second
ward, Allegheny, adjoining Incline plane; good
for business and dwellings combined. A. LEU
OATE & bON, 31 Federal St., Allegheny. fe23-22
FOR SALE-414, 600 CASH WILL PURCHASE A
block of exceptionally desirable lots situated
at corner of two of the best residence streets iu
Allegheny: size 173x123 feet. STRAUB & MOR
RIS, corner Wood street and Third avenne. Pitts
FOR SALE-LOT 100x150 FEET, SITUATED
on main road, within two minutes1 walk of
station, at Sheridan, Fa.: price SI, 100. STRAUB
& MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third ave
nue, Pittsburg. - fe24-70
FORSALE-$3,000 WILL PURCHASE AN IN
TEREST In a paying glass business, with
trood salaried position, to man competent to take
charge of office: owner selling on acconnt of ill
health. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood
street and Third avenue, Pittsburg. feH-70
FOR SALE-FARMS NEAR MORGANTOWN,
W. Va.;allklmls, sizes and prices; see no
tice In this Issue of residences and building lots
for sale in Morgantown. Write for descriptive
list to T. W. ANJJlCRSON, Morgantown, W. Va.
FOR SALE-CHEAP-OR WILL TRADE FOR
city property-r23 acres, honse of 5 rooms,
barn and otber outbuildings, orchard and vine
yard; will also sell stock and Implements; this
arm Is one mile from station. Address CHARLES
MEACHEK, Stoops Ferry P.'O., Allegheny co..
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE-FOB IM
PROVED city property, a farm of 41 acres;
house of 6 rooms, wash bouse, spring house, large
birn, sheds, orchard, etc.; situated in Moon
township, Allegheny county, Pa., 11 miles from
citv and 3 miles from Coraopolis station, P. & L.
E.Tt. K. LASHELL & RANKIN, 67 Fourth ave.
IOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE-THE
property bounded by Rebecca and Sturgeon
streets and South and Allegheny avenues. Alle
gheny City; streets all paved and sewered: large
ironclad building, with lot of machinery, etc.;
f;ood facilities for snlpplnc either In car-loads or
ess. For particulars inquire of V. R. MCIN
TIRE, 412 Grant St., Pittsburg. feH-61
IOR SALE-A LADY WISHES TO GO OUT
of business on account of a vountr daughter.
ouldsell nicely furnished flat in nulet locality:
(1,000. Will give limited time on a portion of the
amount. Those who do not mean business will
please not answer. Address H 8, care of LORD &
THOMAS, Cblcaco. 111.
IOR SALE-9,0O0-BEN VENUE-ELEGANT
250. Oakland, fine brick residence.
10,500, beautiful Shadyside home, 10 rooms,
, 7 room house, Howe st. ; very easy terms.
8,000, Forbes St., fine large residence.
W. M'NEILL A BRO.,
162 Fourth nve.
'OUND-THE TRUTH! "WE SUFFERED UN
TOLD iconics! Dr.Griffith's Ta-va-zon rem
its cured ua vhpn nil nthpr tnpjmn h&tl Tailed.
Mrs. ev. i.ot L.ike, Mrs. wm. u. cover, Youngs
town, O.: Mrs, Hannah John, 663 Forbes St., city;
JohnS. Fahey, Tallapoosa, ua.; Thomas Brown,
Southslde; Michael Hlnes, 121 Wylle ave., and
thousands of others. We Invite the worst cases
from whatever cause. Bee testimonials at GRIF
FITH'S PHARMACY, Third and Grant, Pitts
burg, Pa. fe24-12n
T7IORI BALK-PATENT RIGHT OF WASHING
X1 machine: a good chance for right parties.
GEO. R. KRESS CO., 149 and 151 Forbes ave.,
FOR SALE A GROCERY STORE IN A FINE
location and doing a good business: must ho
Bold soon. Inquire of H. O,
"I7U)R HAT.rc-HAT.OON NEW BUILDING.
JD rooms. Including Ianatbest location In Cleve'
land:prlce. 3,000: easy terms
RICE, 23ft Su-
penur si. ueTeiana, u,
TTTIOR SALE DRY GOODS AND MILLINERY
j.' stork; stock or arygooas, munnery, trim
mines, showcases, etc
good will of businesses-
tabllshed 1863: a sroodnavlnir
store: wisn to retire.
Apply at store, 103 WYLIE AVENUE.
XT' OB SALE-STORES. STORES. STORES;
JL' arug. ary goods, grocery, notion, snoe, tea.
clear and tobacco stores, bakeries-hotels, restaur
ants, confectioneries, hoarding houses, coal
works, etc. ; 100 good city business chances for
men or women. SHEPARD A CO., 54 Fifth ave.
TTIOR SALE-GROCERY AND FEED, STORE,
X" Tnirty-nrstwara: grocery store, iiaieiwooa:
Carson St.: grocery store and
ulldlng. Carson St.: gristmill at Geneva. Fay
ette co.: many other chances, all long established
and In prosperous condition. JAMES GODFREY,
103 Fourth avenue. fe24-4
FOR SALE-240X270 FEET, ON DUQUE3NE
way, corner of Fifth st. W. C. STEWART,
114 Fourth ave. fe24-6
FOR 8ALE-S3O.00O-SUBSTANTIAL PIECE OF
property located corner of an a ley on one of
the best business streets In Pittsburg: will rent
for 12,250; lot 2-lxISO leet: particulars to principals
only. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
OR SALE-SIO0.0CO-THE LARGEST AND
best located niece of nronerrv suitable for
retail trade In Pittsburg; owner has been holding
for SH0,(X, but will take the above price ir sold
at once; particulars to principals only. W.C.
STEWART, lMEourth ave. fe24-6
FOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PROP
ERTY on Fourth ave ; also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smlthfleld St., and other
good streets: will take pleasure In giving full par
ticulars ana showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
will sell at low price of SS.000: occupancy
Anrll 1. 1fWr n flnp hrlek store ami dwelling, wit!
frame tenement in rear: lot 20x100, Frankstowu
avenue, ainetecnm waru. ciose to station, in
quire ofMELLON BROS., 6349 Station St.. E.- E.
OR SALE-OR RENT-A THREE-STORY
frame hotel, containing 22 rooms. 2 oorches
lull length of building, near depot at Falls City:
would make a Ann summer resort; also storeroom
21x50 ft., with three warehouses attached. Ad
dress JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Ohio Pyle, F.iyette
CO., Pa. fe23-93-Su
FOR SALE-MACHINE SHOPS-CONSISTING
of machine, boiler, blacksmith and wood
shonsand foundry: acomDlete first-class manu
facturing plant, with tools and patterns, fully
equipped lor the employment of 100 to 150 men:
tbe works are now In operation with somo 40 to 50
men; all buildings arc of brick with slate roofs,
have a river frontage, with railroad switch: gas
and water on the premises; fuel is cheap, and the
location for health and pleasant surroundings Is
unsurpassed. The owner, desiring to retire from
business, will sell at an extremely low Drlceon
easy long-time payments; no casn aown requirea:
a grand opportunity to anyone with some capital
to engage in mannlacturlng: to the right party" a
part of the working capital would be subscribed,
rossession given oy April next.
COOPER. Mt. Vernon. O.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
machinery and metals.
OR SALE-ONE PUNCH MACHINE. GEO.
R. KRESS & CO., 149 and 151 Forbes St. city.
FOR HALE-TWO HIGH-ARMED DAVIS
sewing machines: never been used. GEO. R.
149 and 151 Forbes ave.,
FOR SALE-WE HAVE FOR SALE A LARGE
lot of No. 1 second-hand engines and boilers,
all sizes, from 2 h. p. up, taken In exchange for
new; we got them cheap and they will go cheap:
also new engines and boilers, every size and
stylcat rock bottom prices. HARME'SMACHINE
DEPOT, 97 First ave. fe3-y77sn
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. See,
FOR SALE-BAY TEAM DRIVING MARES;
young, han'dsome and speedy. 2C. B.. Dis
patch office. fe24-32
FOR SALE-A FEW DRIVING AND DRAFT
horses, second-hand bu cities ana one surrev
wagon. GEO. R. KRESS & CO., 149 and 151 Forbes
T7H)R SALE WAGONS, NEARLY NEW, ONE
JU heavy and the other light; suitable for de-
llvery purposes: cheap,
Apply to 619 SJIITH-
V fromSoOO, Jl.CCO, 1,500 and upward, bearing
6 per cent Interest approved by attorney. These
mortgages are nearly all purchase money mort
gages. An excellent Investment for anybody.
Apply to O. B. TOUDY, 1721 Carson street' South
FOR SALE -ONE BILLIARD AND TWO
pool tables, size 4x8; will be sold singly or as
Address P. O. BOX 1013, Washington,
FOR SALE-SHOW CASES, CHEAP: ONE 6
feet long 3 ft. high: two 4 feet long 15 inches
high. Apply to J. P. URBEN, cor. Franklin and
Fulton st,. Allegheny, Pa. fe24-26 .
TO LET-A BRICK HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS,
hall, bath, both gases; good cellar: 428 Web
ster ave., cor. Trent St., near Penn incline or
Center ave. cars. AV. J. PRENTICE, 1C09 Liberty
TO LET-THAT NEARLY NEW TWO-STORY
brick and Mansard roof. No. 84 Locust street
city: 8 rooms, bath, natural and artificial gas;
modern Improvements. WM. L. SMITH. 935 Penn
LET-BRICK DWELLING HOUSE OF S
rooms. No. 366 Webster avenue, near Devil-
ller street, Eleventh ward; rent onlySMpermonth.
Apply to ARCHIBALD AVALLAUE, No. 971 Llb-
crty st., upstairs.
mo LET-THE RESIDENCE AND GROUNDS
JL of tbe late M. McCnllougb, Jr., Forty-rourtb
street. Seventeenth ward, city: frame dwelling of
12 rooms with modern Improvements, stable, etc. ;
long lease can be had. CUSHING & FOX, agents,
4319 Butler street. - feffl-ss-wrsu
' East End Residences..
TO LT-No. 6200 WALNUT ST.. BETWEEN
Shady and HUand ave.. East End: ten rooms;
late Improvements: In good order. W. A. HEB
RON bONS, 80 Fourth avenne. fe23-43-rnrsu
TO LET-BRICK STOREROOM. WITH C
living rooms. No. 114 Frankstown avennrf
wlfh smalftenement house In rear: 530 per month.
MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. Liberty.
TO, LET-10-BOOM HOUSE, LARGE BAKE
OVEN, etc, grounds, stable, etc., on Fer
rysvllle plank road, near the terminus of the
electric road; a good opening for the right man.
C. H. LoVE, 93 Fourth ave. fe23-10
mO LET-25 HOUSES AT SEWICKLEY:
sizes and prices: also some good property for
sale. Inquire of GEORGE F. RUDIS1LL, Ileal
Estate Agent, Sewlckley, Pa. re21-9-Mimu
TO LET-IN SEWICKLEY, THE FURNISHED
brick residence of James Adair, on Broad
St., one square from station; Immediate pos
session. Address P.O. BOX 27, Sewlckley. fe21-8
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOM, WITH BATH
ROOM, hot and cold water, both gases and
everything first-class. 426 PENN AVE. ft2I-94
a 10 LET-FROM APRIL 1, ONE PARLOR
. -and other desirable rooms, with or without
board, at 917 Penn avenue. Inquire or address 73
PAGE ST., Allegheny, fe24-M
TO LET ELEGANT NEW FURNISHED
rooms, for gents only, in the large new
Dunain? onvne corner oi uia avenne ana uoyu si,
Inquire on the premises.
TO LET-FRONT AND BACK PARLOR 421
Penn ave. to let together or separate to den
tist, dressmaker, etc., except physician (doctor
already In house); possession April 1. BLACK &
BA1RD, 05 Fourth ave. fe21-94
TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED ROOMS
4-room flats, one C and S-room dwelling
houses, 2 Liberty street storerooms. Ion corner of
Penn and Third, and on Ferry street. Inquire of
S. M USOBAVE. 44 Fourth street. fe24-S5-MWT8a
Offices, Dcik Room. ifcc.
TO LET-A SUIT OF OFFICES (COMMUNI
CATING parlors), 931 Penn avenue: all In
first-class order. See MISS J. LOVE, 814 Penn
ave., or W. A. IILRRON & SONS, SO Fourth ave
TO LET -SINGLE AND CONNECTING
rooms in the Garrison buildings, cor. Wood
and Water streets, and Third a e. and Wood
street; also warehouse and basement No. 211
Wood st. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO., 10 and 12 Wood St. jalS-31
TO LET-CARRIAGE AND STALL ROOM IN
a llrst-class finely appointed private stable,
centrally located In Allegheny. For terms and
Earticnlars Inquire LIGGET'S LIVERY STA
LE, No. IS3 Sandusky St., Allegheny. fc24-66
TO LET-A NO. 1 LANDING. 1,323 FEET ON
south side of Monongahela river, at Thirty
fourth street, and extending to city line; good
depth or water the entire year. WM. MCCLURG,
No. 3400 Carson sL, Pg Pa. Telephone N0.6U4.
TO LET-BY W. W. M'NEILL BRO.. 162
808 Wylle ave., 7 room brick, (IS.
814 Wylle ave., 7 room brick, lis.
372 Center ave.. 7 room brick, S18.
SOS Fifth ave., 7" room brick, ii.
70 Ktrkpatrtck ave., 7 room brick, KB.
72 KJrkpatrlck ave., 7 room brick, 8.
WITHOUT .:. A .:. PRECEDENT
WITHOUT A PARALLEL
WITHOUT A PEER
Red Letter ClearingSale
No doubt thousands of you remember and with pleasure and sat
isfaction our great and wonderful Red Letter Clearing Sale of a year
ago to-day and you will of" course remember what a grand and phenom
enal sale it was. Well, this sale is one that will outdo our previous
efforts and attract the attention of every economical and cautious buyer
in the city. And, for why?
WE'RE BOUND TO CLEAR OUR STORE
of the major portion of our goods'. Don't you know that our spring
goods are pouring in rapidly, case after case being hourly dumped at
our delivery doors, besides which we have in contemplation alterations
in various parts of our store, and before the carpenters, painters, calci
rriiners and other workers take possession of the portions we intend al
tering we have heaps of goods to dispo'se of.
Be it a Suit, an Overcoat, a Pair of Pants, any kind of Furnish
nishing Goods or Footwear You May Want,
you cannot lay your hands on an article or garment but what is a bar
gain. You can positively buy goods for less rr oney than other dealers
in this city paid for them. Comparisons are absolutely impossible. The
frantic attempts of the little fellows to duplicate our bargains cause us
and our thousands of patrons no end of amusement. It would be just
as easy to dam up the Ohio river with a sugar loaf.
The Goods We Offer and the Bargains We Give Are Nourishing
to Domestic Economy, and Will Put Two-Fold
.'. Sunshine in Many a Home. .'.
Now's the time to buy either for present or future want, so don't
hesitate, but come right in and phoose what you like. If you only come
to look you're as welcome as though you came to buy. Don't confound,
this Bona Fide sale with the bogus ones just now so freely advertised all
over the town. You know us of old, and are fully aware that we value"
our business name too highly to lend ourselves to any "fake" business.
When you come you'll find our reduced prices marked plainly in red,
while the original figures remain in black. Remember,
In Every Department We've Made Great Reductions.
TO LET-BUSINESS STAND; BEST LOCA
TION In the city; accessible by all car lines.
Apply to 619 SM1THF1ELD ST. fe24-31
TO LEI-BRICK STORE AND DWELLINO,
Main street, Mansfield: splendid opening for
drygoods or tin store, as both are needed: eas;
Immediate possession. Inquire C. H. LOVE. 93
Fourth avenue, or ROBERT H. BROWfl. Mans
field. . fe24-14
TO LET THE .POPULAR HOTEL KNOWN
as the White Honse, at rerrysvllle, on the
.Perrysvilleplankxoad, with 21 acres of land, good
orchard, barn, stablings, sheds; and also frame
dwelling, with large gardeirjolnlng, and every
thlngln nrst-clarss order: long lease Is given to the
right party. For further Information rail or ad
dress THE DAN N ER MEDICLN E CO., 242 Federal
St.. Allegheny City. fe2-15
PERSONAL-AGENTS. IF YOU MEAN BUSI
NESS and want a honsebold necessity, easily
sold and curried, let as know. MAURUDEK&
CO., 30 North Seventh St., Philadelphia. Penn.
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED-1F YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth tLOOO. let us know: we will buy one as
quickly as tbe other. LEVI'S BOOK. STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. feSO
PERSONAL-ARRIVED-MME. REED, OF
San Francisco, trance medium, will reveal
every hidden mystery in life, tells full name of
callers, brings separated together, gives advice
on business, speculations and love affairs: under
stands the sclenceof Hindoo magic; ladles or gents
about to start In business will do well to consult
this gifted ladv; everything confidential: letters
with stamps answered; fee (1 and upward: hours
from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M stritl. Parlors, 513 PENN
AVE., opposite JenklnsT wlioloale honse. fe24-25
LOST-A DOG-BKEED. FOX AND GREY
HOUND, with collar: no name on it. If
found return to ISO FOURTH AVE., and receive
liberal reward. feU-81
LOST-ON FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY
22. on Federal St., Allegheny, $30. A liberal
reward will be given by retnrnlng to 130 TAU
GART ST., Allegheny. fe24-13
LOST-VALUABLE GOLD BBACELET-IN
Pittsbnrg or on train between Pittsburg and
Altoona, February 12: a liberal reward will be
given for Its return to TRIBUNE OFFICE, Al
toona, ra. le-iia
LOST-ON FRIDAY MORNING. BETWEEN
East Liberty station and Mansfield, pair sold
spectacles marked Semple on one tip and Graham
on other; valued as family heirloom. Please re
turn o J. M. SCUOONMAKER COKE CO., 13)
Water st fei4-83
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Always open. Appointments first-class:
steam heat, sun galleries, etc.
fe22-S0 W. H. REYNOLDS.
ATLANTIC CITY. N.J.
Ou tho beach, sea end of Virginia avenue.
Steam heat, electric bells. Will open Febru
ary 9, 1889. .
jal3-7Z-M wrsu BUCK & McCLELLAN.
Excellent location; unobstructed ocean views;
cuisine and appointments of the best. Steam
heat throughout the hoteL G. WATERS.
W. E. COCHRAN.Chief Clerk. fel7-TTSSu
, N. J
OLD POINT COMFORT,
100 yards from FortMonroe; open all tho year,
accommodates 1,000 guests; aamirable location;
delightful climate; thrilling historic surround
ings. Turkish, Russian, Roman, Electric and
HOT SEA baths, the latter especially beneficial
in rheumatic troubles. Music by the famous
Artillery School Band. Glass-inclosed verandas.
Average temperature for winter 43. Absolutely
frpfi frnm malarla All thlno pnnjtiriprf.i4 thu
'most comforatable and delightful resort at
which to spend the winter months in the United
States. Send for descriptive pamphlet.
no27-ylO-Tursu F. N. PIKE, Manager.
A pretty little book containing them pre
sented free on application In person or by P. C
MAX SHAMBERG t CO,
Representatives of the Nord Deutscher Lloyd,
an Smlthfleld st, Pittsburg, Pa. fel2-91-wsn
GlilD BARGAIN STORE,
300 io 400 Market street,
MASONIC NOTICE-THE AIEAU3EKS OP
Hailman Lodge No. 321, F. and A. SL,
and brethren of the craft are invited to meet at
the lodge room. Liberty Hall bnilding. East
End, This Dat at 1:43 o'clock p. m. to attend
the funeral of Brother OB1N JENKS.
By order the W.M.
W. J. DIEHL, Secretary. fe3Hl
AT AUCTION PIANO. FURNITURE,
carpets and household goods at tbe lata
residence of Thos. Palmer, deceased, No. 19,
Church avenue. Allegheny,
WEDNESDAY ilOBNING. FEB. 27,
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
Parlor furniture upholstered in reps, rosewood"
piano forte, lace curtains, cornices, chamber;
furniture, bureaus, bedsteads, washstands,
wardrobes, beds and bedding, dining tabled
chairs, delfware, kitchen utensils, laundry fnr-j
nishments, brussels carpets on halls and stairs,
hull TCLCkfl. 6tC 1
Sale positive, by order of the administrator. J
noase open ai ocioce on the morning oil
in sale. . (
HENRY AUCTION"CO..LIM., '
A UCTION SALE OF NEW AND SECV.
J. OND-HAND carpets. Una furniture, bed.
ding, stoves, decorated dinner, tea and toilet
suites, pictures, curtains, two pianofortes,!
clocks, bronzes, eta, at the rooms. No. 311 Mar
TUESDAY MORNING, February 28,
At 10 o'clock, sharp.
Parlor, chamber, library, office and dining
room furniture, hall racks, dishes, silverware,
glassware, rugs: leather, cane, pa'tent and wood
seat chairs and rockers; ladies' newmarketa,
two sets harness, tinware, tea, notions, coal
vases, stoves, linoleum, bedding, mirrors, fur
trimming, lamps, eta, etc. Goods now on exhi
bition. HENRY AUCTION CO.. Mf
AUCTION SALE AT THE RESIDENCE
of J. D. Huffman. 312 Lowell street, near
Mavflower, East End, THURSDAY, February
28, 1889. at 10 o'clock A.M. Fine Sohmer up
right piano, elegant parlor suit, chamber suits
in walnut and antique oak. dining room set. in
cluding oak sideboard, moquette, brussels, nail
and stair carpets, rugs, 12 pain of lace curtains,
2 pairs of portiers, stove and complete kitchen
outfit. These articles have been in use but one
year, and must be sold.
fe2448.wsn J. A. ROBINBON. Anct.
3 rooms up to 10 rooms. In the beautiful
borough of Knoxvllle. only 1 miles from city
Beautiful homes are sold on payments 'ths
same as rent.
By all means visit Knoivilla before taking
your bouse for another year. Never have,
there been such oppcrtunitiesfor people to get
.05-Take Sonthside cars to Twelfth street;
and ML Oliver Incline and Street Railway, or
to Thirteenth street, and the Electric Railway.
OFFICE, 85 KNOX AVENUE,
fe&67-TTSSa KNOXVILLE BOROUGH.
Walter J. Osborne. Richard harrows;
BARROWS & OSBORNE
80 Diamond street.
Telephone No. 8U
STAINED AM ORNAMENTAL GLASS,
For Church and Residences. Estimates and
Special Designs promptly.
NO. 7 MARKET STREET,
felB-99-rrsan Pittsburg; Pa.
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of PaLnf
131 Fifth avenue.above Smithfleld,nextLeadaf
office. (No delay.) Established 30 years,